A State Emergency: Communities must unite against the police

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The murder of Eric Garner has once again reminded the global black community that black life means little to the police forces of the United States of America. We have only two choices the way I see it, No Justice and No Peace or we can get back to policing the police in our community.

I will also share a bit of American Pre-Revolutionary history and why Americans who considered themselves patriots should recognize Eric Garner as a hero and lobby against police violence and murders in America.

In global news, the racist regime of Benjamin Netanyahu continues its bombardment of the Gaza strip. Besides the loss life, the most troubling thing I have seen in relation to the massacre is that Black people are not only saying they do not care, but some are actively lending aid to the enemy which is racism and the global system of white supremacy, not Palestinians.

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2 Replies to “A State Emergency: Communities must unite against the police”

  1. This has to end! America is up to something. I can feel it. Im so sick and tired of being sick and tired of hearing my people crying, struggling, starving, dying. If we want this to end we have to start from the top. Who are these rascist government officials? Why are they not being called out and brought to justic by our leaders? Who are these elites and illuminaties that everyone seem to fear and why is it that they are not being called out? Do our people stand the chance or not? Are we the next to be bombed on? Are those concentration camps and ready made graves big enough to fit 6 bodys meant for us, our children, our elders, our siblings, our parents? How is it that a building was built in Manhattan housing the rich and the poor and segregated in 2014? Why does any African American have to pay for genealogy testing, family roots when the obvious has been written? Our very existence has been stolen, raped, deprived, abandoned, humiliated, spat upon, tortured, shamed and ridiculed since the white man laid eyes on us. Our children can’t play, walk, run in our neighborhood or any other neighborhoods the way the white child can not even on our own land. We are desperate for answers. They are killing our sons. How many more innocent people have to lose their lives before people start taking the lives of innocent white children. How would they feel then if the oppressed stormed into their homes in the middle of the night, their families home in the middle of the night? How would they feel if they were deported because we all know THEY don’t belong here. Its ok for a family of non colored to have a gun and permits for everyone aged allowed under one roof but if a famiky of colored did the same within days our doors are kicked open, integrated, murdered, incarcerated, separated? I know I’m not the only one with these questions. Maybe I’m the only one brave enough to say it.


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